Are Jennifer Garner and John Miller dating?
Garner and Miller made their first public appearance together in November 2018, when they attended a Dear Evan Hansen show in Los Angeles.
But since then, they've kept their relationship off-the-radar. Their second outing in public didn't take place for months, with the couple spotted out at a restaurant in Santa Monica in February 2019.
However, sources claimed that Garner and Miller went their separate ways on amicable terms in 2020, but rekindled their romance in May 2021. They were then spotted together in August 2021, while on a trip to New York city.
By November 2021, Garner was seen sporting a ring on her left ring finger while on an Instagram Live, which naturally sparked engagement rumours.
Of course, neither Garner nor Miller have made any public comments about their relationship.
Before he met Garner, Miller was previously married to violinist Caroline Campbell. The two were married in April 2005, and Miller filed for divorce in June 2011, but they reconciled in February 2012. Sadly, their on-again, off-again situation came to a final close when they finalised their divorce in November 2018.
Funnily enough, Miller and Garner share children with the same name. He and Campbell share two children together, Violet and Quest, while Garner and her ex-husband Ben Affleck share three children together, Samuel, Seraphina, and yes, Violet.
Where is John Miller from?
Miller was born in 1978 and grew up in Los Angeles, California. After graduating high school, Miller attended the University of Redlands in the same state, where he studied economics. Once completing his undergraduate degree, he transferred to Stanford to complete his law degree.
What does John Miller do for work?
In his bio on F6S, Miller describes himself as an "inventor and entrepreneur focused on how new technologies will impact the retail and restaurant industries."
By 2004, Miller became the second employee at Arrowhead Pharmaceuticals, a company that develops medicines for genetic-based diseases.
In 2008, he went onto publish The Handbook of Nanotechnology: Business, Policy, and Intellectual Property Law, along with three other co-authors. According to the publisher, Wiley, they describe the book as "the first attempt to fully explore the controversial issues associated with the commercial application of nanotechnology".
In 2011, he bid adieu to Arrowhead and founded Cali Group, which includes global restaurant chain CaliBurger.
"We really think of ourselves as a technology company that happens to sell cheeseburgers," Miller said in 2017.